As evident in many of his opinions, Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. cares a lot about the Constitution’s structure and the division of power among the three federal branches. So perhaps to no surprise, Roberts during an argument Tuesday turned to what some consider to be one of the most influential casebooks ever written.
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